These consoles are in good working condition. A road case is included.
The LP-X series consoles are cross-functional consoles that can be used in a wide variety of situations. Ideally, they will be used in productions that incorporate both moving and conventional light fixtures; however they are well suited to run either individually.
The LP-X48 has quick fader/button access to 48 dimmers and 48 moving light fixtures. Show sizes can vary but are limited to 1024 DMX channels.
The numeric keypad provides access to additional dimmers and fixtures. The shows built on the LP series consoles may be simple or complex. Programming is quick and easy; access to features requires a limited number of keystrokes and button presses.
(1) LP-X48 Console
(1) Road Case
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